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PENNYROYAL PILLS . Uie «»ly jremitne i>i .tyrdjriU Hit* »fcy-rre years' experience. Sola by Drux* OBce, M N. filntli »»reel, rhil» orxloHlce.il. Advice ht». Ladlee h«. wave ox imitation». l-'.S tho old. FOK SALK. F Oll 8 A LB-THIRTY MONTHS TIME to pay for furniture, carpets,bedding, stoves, (mnhs. pictures, mirrors, and nit • other household goods. Goods parts U ALFRED COLES, 448 Myitis ave.. Rrooltlyn. Second ave., cor HUtb St., New York. Tit ARM FOR SALB. -I MÜHT SELL A JJ ' fluo farm of 787 acres in V. A., or for th». 1'rtco f-'MSO worth double. ALFRED COLES. 830 Mrj Hr A ve il rook I vn, N. Y. n ï 1 7*0 R 8ALE—CHEAP A SECOND ' banded dearborn In fair order. Ap ply to Madison Street Stables. Jol0-3tt of F OR HALE—7 PER CENT AND 8 PER cent First Mortgage», and guaranteed «tut. Bonds In small «ml targe minis mltl roan 9 East Be vc JolO-tr TJIOR SALK OR EXCHANGE FOR A CARRIAGE SHOP, 1509 Murkct street. Jo9-5t1 tomilt. For particulars, THO». F. HANLON, No. street. I DOR BALE.—THREE STORY 8 ROOM * bouao. in good coudltlon. with gan sold u tiargln If ; and bath, will . Apply West Eleventh Jeft-tf NO, oil BALE-9 PIIAJtONS. THKÖE tho ground, a«iropit 2nd aud III 23-201| gons are ver>- low to and aro Just the thing for agi people. WM. HAMMOND, French streels. TDOR BALK AT A BARGAIN—LOTS JP and Houses on Brown stroet. Eighth und Coleman »t reel. A B. GROVES, No. 1 Last Elgh Wllmiugtoii. Del. n. ■eat ' F Oll S A LE- AT A BARGAIN, No. <*W West Fourth streot, and (108 Wash lug U.U.Grovca. No. 1 ton street. Apply East Eighth street, Wilmington. Del. jell OR BALK Oil RENT—THE HOUSE. t.. Apply to W. office. F No. 813 Win . E. Vuriiou, llcpulil i B POR BALE-HOC REP. NO. 804 AND 806 Ï right htrcct. with lot adjolulug. No. U/7 Wiishliigloa street. Apply in9-20t* OR SALE-A COLLECTION OP well made dearborn«, wagon» and rices. WM. HAMMOND, iuh-24-ainl F carriages at fair p 2nd and French si •ptOU BALK-GOOD BUILDING LOTS will exchange for I houses. <'nil on WELCH, 904 E. Fourth sir address C. F. It TTOR SALK —ONE 44 B at $1». One 88 Inc both In good order. B ETTS . No. Bit F°ï nnd DuPont •jut red. Apply Ï pÔït 8 A L E-TWO 8TORY 1 at Fourt h and DuPont at Apply ut t his offt Ï OR SALE-ONE GOOD DRIVING horse. Apply ÖA H DKRg - PRÏlM AiftaÏT T AIlbt and transient. G03 King street. in9<-liu •INCH BICYCLE, li Bicycle, ut $to. Apply to 1. F, 609 jll-315 IP SALE-A HOUSE; NO. 848 M A Di nt reel ; also house and lot. Fourth ceis. Little t this office. a-27-t FRAME -tr tills offlee. Jel DMINI8TRATKIX SALE OF A REAL ESTATE. fly virtue of a Turtlier order or pi mu»' Court of the Stute of Delaware, and for New Castlo county, will be sold, ON TUESDAY. JUNE28rd, 1891, 2o'clock, p. in., Ê t tho County Court Houm. all that loi iid with the Frame and Brick Dwolling thereon erected, known us No. 4lfl West Front Rtreot, und having a depth of 190 and a frontage ou the P.. W. & B. Bail road of 18 feet. Attendance will be given and terms made known by Bee posters. n KATIE C. McKIBBlNS, Geo. A. Elliott. Att y. Administratrix. Bayard Building. JG 510,10, 18,17,20. » EXECUTOR'S 8 A LB OF REAL LS Will the promts SATURDAY, JUNE 20tb, 1601, certain fa rundywino Hundred, New Castle Co., exposed to bo public sale on situated In line and office, helougini .'ockerlB. uec r Valley post tute of Tlioma « C . Tho far sists of fo J ffl 1 rolling land. lilt a hu ge stone fr Btundywiiie 8unu A Ji. C. railroad, ■clioois und lit . tho I*. urch FRANCIS EDWARD I,. C ns of Thomua Cockcrill, dec'll, ad, Attorney, Wliming J4ts OUK KRILL, K E I.I. Fx He Ion. II . W. Htl ft H011. 1UOLIC SALE.— !fâ !fâ M 33 Messi a. Mook ft Potter tour Turin Red for d. Co, Pa île West ivin Centrovlllo, Del. On THURSDAY, JUNE 18rn, 1891, 1.30 p. 111. load of fresh ostly holTersand y oui iso h II a lot of fat bulls. Terms, ou day«. passmoue niters, II, Auotiouoeis. •1 •pringors . Bi I dim in ft Jl«* jpUULIC BALE OF STOOL The subscriber will sell fu Pouts farm, formerly isr Feon. at Adams'stati mt Centrfville, Now Castle County, Del., ON MONDAY. JUNE SVS, 1891, At 1 o'clock, p. m„ Lancaster county fresh rows ' class l'or milk and but ROBERT MERRICK. J. G. Robinson, Auctioneer, jlg-ts-d-w at public sale, occupied by Os iou. 2 mil (0 head of fcrTÄ GO days. Our Japanese Gold PRINT Equal to HOLD llhl PIK-RON The great transparent 'n aud Varnish combined S Glass at Wood. Try our Carriage GLOSS PAINT. You will use no other. Oils, Varnish, Glass and Pntty. Painters supplies. House Painter and Grainer. JAMES M. BRYAN 107 West 8th Street, (Basing promptly attended Wilmington, Delaware. Telephone, 490. •8 WANtKb. w« their «-win» machines put In flrit-cftdi running ördsr, as^H^jtl^li^eoinlng. ninghrdcr troma cents upward, as I hnvo tho only Bowing machine repair shop In Wilmington. You will nn .none, l.y mS ^oPmohimf&NMtTÎMk« mouth, dll limite, of machine, rmw or old. enld on easy weekly or monthly pay ! men I a. or cheap tor cub. Domestic ma- 1 chine a specialty. W. N n *iv»Hh?ni2» at ; KI.P WANTED—RELIABLE INSUR Htora agents, clorka mo rn or soma n.rcase io r I AN APPiiFTNirv TO laîlng. Apply at No. ero street* jcia-âti 11 nit yot 1L chauiiH and thing a I e during their leisure hours, by addressing "A" this offleo. inl4-tin W ANTED.—HUR8E8' SORES Oil fv lainoueas of ull kinds will be cuitsd. Nall wounds and bums u specialty. Can llruwn'a Hotel on 4th street Wednesday and Saturday * JOHN TORBERT. W ANTED—HELP FURNISHED FOR hutcl* restaurants and private families ut short notice. Apply at ill» WILMINGTON 1NTELI.IGEN0E OFFICE m-26 tf r Market of week. Je-tit W A |ml» ^TfVnén Siuilnns^ba^refdonv No. »03 Orange Street. |i'S (It ! W ANTED—TO RENT. OR POSSIBLE p 11 rclian:* 18 feet, suit boat. Ulve *-- Address J. C. T., this office. Jel« 2t # W ANTED dresaii West Fou ANTED-A GOOD PROTESTANT girl wants a plaoc for gone jwork. Good ruferenoe. Apply at W hou flee 8ll Mor ol JeW-Htl ANTED—LODGERS FOR TUI 11. W w •nr riant t (I. 912 OrWII fl8-tf YVTANTED—HOARDERS AT 413 KING ' ' at reel, Ptcawiut rooms arid home comforts. m W ANTED-HOARDERS AT Wl EAST Fourth street. Good accomodations. _in>30-12t A NTRD-LO DO K RH. FU RN 1 B H K D rooms. Rotorcuce required. No, wi8-m w K. Sixth street. ANTED—10 PRACTICAL MEN TO tobacco. 8 hours 18-tf W go to chewing and lull pay. W ANTED-A BOY A BOUT. 10 YEARS or age, at Aiiibcow'a No. 707 Ship ley street. JeisM2t ANTED-THREE PAINTERS AT tho Novelty Carrtago Works. Cor. Second and French streets. JeUMtl W KD -HANDS ON CKOOIWT rs . 520 W. Fourth st. J1018 ANTED-A GOOD GIRL FOR GEN Apply W 609 W No. cnil liousowork. Fifth strjjct. J T&fr-SXJEilskS a s>r* ul f-Dd ««for "WOMAN'S I'.AFff Hi OUA1U).'' wii. : teMttaOu. ruixSiWSU. Fa. POT THE HOLLAR WHERE IT DOES THE ci' I W E WILL GIVE TO the limit in Quantity, Quality and Value for it. You shall choose from Style, Variety, Beauty and Merit. Just received another lot of men's suits to sell at $10 and $12, which arc decided bargains. Had we bought them a month ago we could not have Bold them under $13 and $15. Also new arrivals in Boys' and Children's Suiting at Rock Bottom Prices. All goods marked in plain fig ures. Strictly One Price to All. T. H. PENNOCK ? SUCCESSOR TO Pennock St Foreman FIFTH AND MARKET. WHOLESALE ICE CREAM. ICECREAM That famous and delicious which h isive bales, is I ho best established and most ex w being sold wholesuio from tho manufactory and Ice cam parlors of CHARLES KYLE, Sixth and Or.inge Streets. Tiic publio iscurdiaby Invited. AND LADIES' COLLEGE, 52nd Year, PENNINGTON, N. J. Offer« rare educational facllltlca Term moderate. High aud healthful. Steam hoatiug; gas; tire escapos. Bound Brook K. K. between Phila. and New York. THOMAS HANLON, D. D„ President for 22 Year«. LIlliEES OFFICE REMOVAL McKEBAPYI.G have removnd their lumber und coal office from over Market atreef, bridge to No. where they tlmea bo Imiud for the bills Market I scttienifiit of orders. They lumber, old «caption tin; furiiiflling a supplies, ntinuu ml builder nptly upon liotic at fa vorab jmtrouaga titeir atriut merit a continuance of tl m23-tf kfi tho o lit »«fh i*lo*biinl Sïïï'ïli? M. O. MECHEM, Plain and Decorative Paper Hanging, Frescoing and House Pointing, No. I IOI Tatnail Streot, WU.M1NUTON, I)KI. tr A largo sasortiueut of wall paper and sampln* to »elect from. Ordere by Postal Card will receive prompt «mates furnished. Lutest styles alwaj on band. msr.-anousut w Glossv Sheen w B w w ■ ■ i And vlg0r0U8 grow tli, so much admired Is hair, can be secured by the use of Ayer's Hair Vigor. There Is nothing better than; uill pr«i»nitlon lor keeping tile »oalp clran, »«»I. and Muitby. It restore, to laded and jray hair tho original color and beauty, pro. | vents baldness, and imparts to the hair Q g|k« texture and a lasting and delicate fra- 1 ilttance- The most elegant and economical dressing In the market, no toilet Is complete Without Ayer's Ilair Vigor. «. My wife believes that the money spent for Ayer > 8 Hair Vigor was the best Invest ment ibe ever niade It , mpartg a 80lt j _ 1 J. A. Adam», St. Augustine, Texas. I •■After using a number of other prépara- ! tlons without nny satisfactory result, I find that Ayer's Hair Vigor Is causing my hair to grow.''-A. J. Osment, General Merchant, Indian Head, N. Vf. T. "Ayer's Hair Vigor Is the only preparation could ever find to remove dandruff, cure ffclilng humors,.and prevent loss of hair. I confidently recommend It." —J. C. Duties Spencer, Mass. ■•Ayer'. Hair Vigor will pr«<*«l prom» ture loss of hair and when so lost will stinv date a new urowUi. 1 have used the prop». ration 'or tliov purposes »ml know whereol affirm."—A. Lacombe, Opelousas, La. | 1 And Silky Texture L> ine hair, and gives much satisfaction." Result From Using Ayer's Hair Vigor rUKPAUKD BT Or. J. C. AYER & CO., Lovell, Mast Sold by Di uggiats sod Perfumers. FOR P»OR RENT. 1540 Van Buren street. •13 West Nln 409 Rodney street. Store N. 7th nnd Church 8ta. High street and Rlvervlow it $17 per mouth, 10 rooma : i lands, low improvements. E. D. R. SUTTON. 838 Marker Street. Jol OR RENT—HOTT8K. NO 8. REINO the Sou the V or Fourth Bhiploy Btreeta suitable for a nice board . ap-18-tf 1 lug tiouso. Apply T O LET-ROOMS. WITH OR WITHOUT board, at No. 716 King street. _ jeO-fltt I rtOR RENT HOUSE NO. 783 MADISON ' streot. Apply to Btckta, southeast corner Eighth and Madison streets. JU-lSt F°k tion for H EN T.-TllE STORE AT NO. 218 Fourth street. A good Inca kind of business. OR BENT TWO FURNISHED rooms,either with or without board No. 228 King Btreet. F joo bt« F or with all convcuienciB, Market street. IlEN T—DESIRABLE ROOMS No. 1229 Jo-U-O-t TWO HOUBE8. 1110 and STREET. 7 rooms and 16 PINE ... bath, all convenl i very low. HEALD 111 bo A CO., 7th aud Market streets. R OOMS FOR BOARDERS; ONE front; No. 604 French street. Je-2Ct P ROPOSALS FOR APUBLIC SCHOOL HOUSE. Wilmington, Del., J Proposals will be received In the r of the Board of Publie Education, Sixth street near King, until 8 o'clock of the lag of Monday, Juno tl, for the building of a new publioschool house the corner of Fifth ana Scott street", in the Twelfth ward. Plans and specifica tions can ba seen ut the office of Frank It. Cuvswel), architect, corner ofBtxth 5 nd -Muley streets, on aud after Mon ay, June 15. No bids will be received after the hour ubove namid. Tho board reserves tho rigut to reject bids, and also to retain 40 per contract price until the building I« pleted ami accepted. Jll-soatu JOSEPH PYLE, Chairman. R KFUND1NGTHR IURECT TAX. IVlieu tlicf necriBsary blanks aro prepared, 1 will through the Newspaper*, when where I will legal representatives who have paid the direct lax ieviod upon tuo real estate of persons In Delaware, approved Aug. 5. 1801. under act of Congress. J. FRANK .DB. Commissioner. books and give notice • theli Dover, J i L OST-CERTIFICATE HEPKE8KNT ing slull No. 44, for the ten shares City Market House Co. Stock, issued Oort Building and 1-oau Association, No. 2. bearing date of October 28, 1884. Notice Is hereby given that app has t>eon made to said company for a new certificate. WM. H. GIBltONH. 8 ocre tary. l-'td Germania li A L. Association. llcation L ost or of Wllr Co.. No. 488. I MISLAID—CERTIFICATE mjiigton City Electric Light standing In the name of w. suitably the abovo. Vernon. Tho tinder will rewarded by returning It D issolution of partnership.— Notice Is hereby given that the part neruhIp hereto!ore existing between the undersigned trading under the name of Utley Vernon A Son a bas been dissolved by mutual con OTLEY VERNON, EDGAR R VERNON EUGENE VERNON. win ho i 8, Eighth . Cuba, by N. B.—The provision busln continued at tlie stalls 7 and Street Murkct. and altso at Mt the now firm icy Vernon ft Sons. OTLEY VERNON, EUGENE VERNON. HORACE G. VERNON. JU-lt w4t<lt I NSURE YOUR BUILDINGS, FURNI turo. stock, plate glass. I ive stock and yourself agHinat accidents MARIS ft SON. TSl OTICE.—OFFICE OF THE CLERK OF THE PEACE, New fast le county, Delaware. Wilmington. Del., May 0.—1 do hereby give notice that ail Lice Stute Tax duo thereon, are duo Ju 1891. Payable at the Clerk ofthe Peace's Wiiiniugton, Del. i GEO. C. JeD-l w. p. BIOG8, C. P. T A DIES' J-J artlatluullv and chea DRESSMAKING DONE ply at 823 Market street. Cutting and fltting a speciality. Learners wanted. Mino. Ö. It. West. ir.B-lm-Tu-F* OST— PENSION VOUCHERS. ANY I person returning i binsou street, will receive thanks. RUDERT F . GAMB LE._ _ J elS-S tt F estival and bazaak val and bazaar will bo held by John A. Logan Camp. No. 4, 8. or V., in Eden Hall, commencing June 8. and continuing woek. All are invited. Je4-9t Rut FE l PATRICK FAHEY, No. 13 Ü9 IV. ». Fourth Slr.ul, CARPENTER, CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, furnished for Estim«.va kinds. Satl 0 ..w..v... au price unci workmanship. or all unteed both Iu m27-tf McKKNZllC, MERCHANT 3. W. co Tail I Shipley tiaton, Del. G >iug c l lye Pants to order specialty. Sutisfuctlon guaranteed. fltf m $3 up •7.50. u HARRY SCHLICE, Btelu Ho I to 113 Eighth Butter. Eggs and Poultry, Fruit aud Country Produce. Goods Delivered Free, Market. Game in Scasou, cars left down: the mountaiw. «•« and Northwestern Road, ALTOONA,. Pa., June 18.—A serious accident occurred on the Pennsylvania * max j *. "3 Northwestern railroad at a point near Bellwood, which resulted in the death o( three men. A freight train of , .. . - f thirty heavily laden coal Lloydaville, followed by a pusher. After , „ A high rate of speed. The engineer and crew Ä ppu e( j brakes, but they failed to work on account of the slippery con ditio) l of the track, caused by rain. The runaway train kept on in its'mad flight " ntu " »P«« 1 seventy-five miles an hour was reached. At Boat'd trestle, which w a curve, the engine left the followed by twenty-nine cars, which were piled up and broken into all shapes. A hunt for the missing employes instituted, when Engineer John Simon ton was found dead between the sand box and bell. It is supposed that he climbed out on the sand box. Fireman Millard Frazier and Conductor Stephen Von Scoyne were J', 1 ' 1 ' 1 ', °!! t ,r01 " »"der the tender horri "*y disfigured. Brakemen Dunn and Hetnck jumped from the train when at ita highest speed, the former going over a steep embankment and being hurled a stout fence. His escape from death miraculous. He only received a slight wound. Hetrich was not tunate, and received a number of in juries, but none of them of a serious nature. the Pennsylvania reaching the summit tho train com menced to descend the mountain side at to work the for Hard to Obey the Daw. Topeka, Kan., June 13.—The law passed bv the recent legislature provid that eight hours shall be a day's work for all employes of the state will täte the closing tions unless special arrangements are made for keeping them open. The work of these institutions cannot be done by the present force in eight hours. The appropriations passed by the late legislature will not permit of the em ployment of any more at present. The governor will probably call a special session of the legislature to pass emerg ency appropriations, so as to permit the employment of the necessary extra num ber of state servants. necessi of all the state institu An Overcrowded Asylum. Cumberland, Md., June 13. — The ial session of the circuit court for •pec Alleghany county was occupied iu dis posing of the lunacy cases of Henry Meyers and Miss Sarah Cunningham, of Lonaconing; Mrs. Louise Trenzell, of Barton, and Joseph H. Smith (colored), of Cumberland. The parties were all declared insane and sent to Sylvan Re treat. The disposal of four lunacy cases in one day is rather remarkable in Al leghany county. At the rate the asylum has been gaining inmates lately the in stitution will have to be enlarged. It is now overcrowded. Accessions for Ba I inaced New York, June 13.—A cable dis patch received from Chile by a mer cantile hottae of this city con news of the bombardment by tho gov ernment vessels of the ports occupied by the insurgents. It is also reported that the forces of the government nave landed the coast, and were joyfully received. Over 800 soldiers and marines, who were detained by the revolutionary forces, -were liberated, and embarked on the transport steamer Imperiale to serve under the government. I he at various points e orders of Stole JIuntlrcdN of Thousands. New York, June 18.—Julio Merz bachor, the general agent of the New York Life Insurance company West Indies and Spanish America, defaulter. The defalcation is estimated at from $300.000 to $500,000. The rob bery was discovered by Merzbacher's partner, Joaquin Sanchez, last Decem ber, when Sanchez returned from a six months' trip through South America. Merzbacher, when accused by his part , made a clean breast of the aifair. for the A Chance for Immigrants. Washington, June 13.— The bureau of American Republics is offiicially in formed that the government of Nic aragua has reaffirmed a decree of March 10, 1803, donating to every family of immigrants from the United States and other countries settling in Nicaragua with the object of becoming naturalized citizens a maximum of 120 acres of un occupied land, according to the number of persons in the family, and to each able bodied single mau 00 acres. Defeat for the Wonamakcra. New York, J 12.—Judge Law rence, in supreme court, special term, upon the failure of the plaintiff to put appearance, dismissed the suit of Wanamaker & Co., of Philadelphia, who obtained judgment for »1 UB1.00 against P. M Stein of the city for goods sold and delivered in June, 1ÖU0, and then brought snit to hove set aside the trails fer of two fire insurances policies by Stein to Mrs. Fannie Davis. Hanged for Double Murder. Baltimore, June 18.—William Blaney was hanged in tho Baltimore city jail yesterday. The crime for which Blaney puid the penalty was the brutal murder May 2, 1890, of his aunt. Sarah B., Blaney, and his grandmother. They were both old women, and lived together for many years. Bluuey met his fate with the same uir of apparent mdilfer enee and bravado which has character ized his behavior since his conviction. An Adopted Child's Rights. Boston, June 13,—The full bench of the supreme court lias decided that adopted child 1ms ull the rights to prop erty on the death of the adopting par-1 enta it would have if it such parents in lawful wedlock. This decision was brought out by a woman claiming her husband's property ground that he left boro to HM lb roe. The Traiu Drivers Killed. Leavenworth, Kail, June 13.—Word reached this eitv of a bud wreck Kansua Central by which the engine derailed and thrown down an em Buvunnah. Engineer George Pur uumar baukment James Muiley and Fire both killed. Both wen ried. No puasengers were hurt. Chsrgctl with b'cloiiioua Assault. Reading, Pa., June 18. — Frank Bright, ogbd 28, was arrested iu Pbnn's ConunonTd.^ejl with having crimt nally oasaulM a Uttle girl. At mayor a court he was held pending an mvestiga tion of the ease. M. F. Davis jeweler, 0 £. 2nd. beapfi of Prlaoners. V •The report that prisoners have been; ami are constantly escaping from that'other malignant gaoler, liver eomplulnt, is'of fully corroborated by the self-liberated oantlves. Hosteller's Stomach Bitters are, they say, tho meaus by which they ; get rid of tliolr fettere. Few alto gothor avoid the bondage of this all ment, and few are unacquainted with its signs, viz: |>aln through the right side and shoulder blade,furred tongue, yellowness of tho eyeballs and skin, sour breath, sick headache, dyspepsia and. constipation. Iiostetter's Htom-bund ach Bitters puts a prompt period to|big those, brings thorn to a full stop in;ly short order. Whether the trouble chronic or temporary, this medicine is equally effective, regulating the liver and bowels thoroughly. It Is likewise a sovereign remedy for rheumatism, kidney complaint, malaria, heartburn and nervousness. Fsulltlaml 'Lyceum. The first "warm weather" meeting of the Faulkland Lyceum was held in the school house of dlstrct No. »1, last evening, before a large and enthusias tic audience. A short, but sweet, pro follows: j ~ Recitation, Bumuel Thompson, Miss Lnura Jordan: raadlng, Misses Anna^d Thompson and Uoaaio Worth. The quootlon, "Io unreotrtotod linnilgm tion a bonetlt to tho United States?" was discussed by Dr. L. H. Ball and Isaac FUnn: negative, Rev. John D. Blake and Charlos W. Dempsey. No decision was rendered, but the impressions of tho greater number] present leaned toward the negative. | Miss Amy l*lser being absent, Mary McElwee was appointed secre- c tary, pro tom. An extraordinary pro ^l nIn t SJ* 1 "!. W" 8 * /°u the next meeting, whlcn is as follows, Music, "America," Frank Yoiirsley j leader; reading, Declaiatlon of Inde-I pendonco, Charlos W. Dempsey; tion, John Ball; reading. Mist Ball and Mary MoElwee; gramme was rendered Minuon' Eva récita tlo'nV jTra«i "îïstbum" "ondMlaa Ev»lÿf»» oeum Journal,Rev. J*ohn D.p to "On the superiority of Republican institutions," Dr. L. Ball and Dr. Bowman. Every one is welcome to attend those meetings. opportunity to heur tho^ rendition of | . _ 1 ui V» a tar. Alii was found in the esuDDosition j Hayes; Lyc< Blake; deba Dr. L. the above progiammo should not be'on missed. An attempt to fire the new flying horse building, by unknown persom was made early Wednesday morning. ' Luckily, it was discovered before It gained much headway, and was pnt!®** out by a few buckets of water. An ptv turpentine vlclnty of the fire. The supposition is!° that tho wood was saturated with thisl c before the match Johh Connor of Wo odd ale and An drew J. Williams of Oreenbank ,V. u6 i nc ""J „Ihomw H Hunt of Murohalltor, W a. In Mllminfftou yeeterday. Khlghte ol Golden liagle of Marsh ailton, held a banquet aBt evonlnff A strawberry festival will lie held In Stanton Saturduy evening. X. Y. Z Simply apply ••Sw.-.tks's oimtmskt." "'•hljlno rroulroil. tetter, oczomn, Ron, all eruptions on the face, hands, nose, ero„ leaving the sklu clear, white and healthy. Its great, healing and curutlvo powers aro pos sessed by no other remedy. Ask your druggist for Rwaynk'h Ointment. Dll A PlHtol iu a Polling Place. The polling place for the Second dis trict Twelfth want, on Saturday, was at the store of John F. Daily, Fourth and Union streets, and Mr. Dally was appointed Inspector. He served as registration officer both on Saturday, the 13th of May, and on Saturday, the 20th, but having been engaged to marry a ladv about the time of tho city election he could not servo as in spector on that day and Owen Hessiou, Jr., was appointed In place of Mr. Daily. When the board was organized, by making Mr. Van Dyke inspector, a disappointment to Mr. Hessiou, he de liberately pulled a largo revolver from his pocket and placed it upon a side-ROpa, board, as if to be ready for use when wanted. saying as ho placo it there, that ho was used to carrying one at night. Strange to say none of the qo punts of the room objected to such a proceeding, but fortunately the elec tion was very peacoabio nnd quiet and Mr. Hessiou had pistol to preservo order, if that his motive. Md to hie George Wlilte, contractor for hauling by tho day hour. Hafcs aud pianos moved und seti with cure. Furniture care at short. notice. Hoisting aud rigging done, Office, No. 123 French street. Mendenhall—Allcut From "The Kang City Times." Tho marriage of Miss May Allcutt (laughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. W. P. Allcutt and Mr. William Mendenhall sol emnized at the Second Presbyterian (hurch last Wednesday afternoon by the lioYvtieo. 1. Hays..following the Lplscopal servicos. Ine decorations were Mnrguerltes and 1 alms. The ur t n Kowltujd, Thomtm rmglish, (.harlos (l. and W illiam A. Pierson. Misa Buby Jacques attended the bride and Mr. Hugh Thompson was the groom's besti ehers Tho bride cream crape do Chine, trimmed with SiW Ä J* 1 .°.? ,,, m'?.' ! g U erites 1 W j a dinner was served after the cere I tnony ut the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Allcutt in West i'rosiiect place., I There were about 500 guests present, rafigtiii 8 Del 8, motheroftSimtiom ll *i Mr and Mrs Mendenhall loft Wed . ! nesdAy night for Now Yolk After j July 20 they will bo at homo at 003 Pennsylvania avenue. i j ; Now is the time to have your ear rloges repaired nu:l painted. Tho beat and eheanest place in tho city Is at | Walther « Co's., over Market street bridge. All work guaranteed. pretty costume of . .... ä?A?u«ita?Sreota it J ; h Äi „dmm uh Play' Ground. escape from a broken • loath of a little bqy at Fourth ilar etreots on Thursday oven ing, Hhould admonish parents that the bed of the street is not a safe and prep tho varit thron aii tlie street». Even person, in his necessary crossings the street, often feels the need of being * T play ground for little children. ——fi watchful nnd careful. When little children, inexperienced, of practical danger and all Absorbed in.f their amuGi'mciits, play by tlio hour in tlie stroet, the wonder is that more of them nr not hurt or killed. Parents should carefully consider whotlior it'of would not bo more loving to correct them with sufficient severity to keep! thorn habitually from playiug iu the., streets. ...... ... , ,,, ! ^ SMSSffL yi„uta„„ eU w>U, on« quart or Mty. Phone till, ' - Milk! i Don't fonretthe date. June 181 li j worth Kxouraiou to Chesnut Grove. ^ frcptrift Tho Delaware local Gernij this cltÿ are p«, the big sangerfest which will take place at Newark N. J. from July 4th to 7th inclusive. The chorus is to bo composed of 6000 voices. Tho Dela ware Saengerbund expect to take along fifty singers. A. Hartmann, dlrec. tor of Philadelphia Quartet Club, tho Philadelphia Amateur Orchestral So ;ctety and several other musical organ iaoations visited the Delaware Snengor-1 last night as vlco-dlroctor of the Newark Baengerfcst and thorough- : rehoureed the local society to ascer what progress it had made in learning the big mass choruses. He was very much pleased with the pro gross that had been made, for the Saengerbund and ■ I for Atnxrl Bush's, French street wharf, Is the i place to buy your coal. | . 11 E. 2d street, . j It. » Mots. George L. Fergui manufacturer of P op Corn Novelties Dyeing and scouring dona 210 King St. William H. Lungren, master mechan of the Philadelphia, Wilmington and Baltimore railroad company returned from Cupe May last evoning. whero he b«n «ttandinjrtl» meetlngof the MaotorCarBulidor'oAoBoolaUon, which hold ita annual Beasiuli thüi'0 Edwin R. Cochran, son of ex-Clerk of the Peace E. R. Cochran, graduated from theLawDepartment ofthe Penn sylvaula University on Thursday ning. The Rev. Father Quigley of Dover u exchange pulpits with Rev. Father MlssifoaHoy Q f ^t. Mary's Church of this it y to-morrow. f he Kev Father DeRuyter of this city is at tho Bt. Agnes Hospital, Phlla delphla. He has been ill for several aya 4 ,. * „ t- o ^. ^ The M. E. Preachere' Association of Salisbury district of the Wilmington will meet in Delmar for a J 'ï*' seaaluQ on Monday , Juno 3 K.---—- — —- Coruer Ketch, Mill Creek Hundred, on An;Thuraday. a deposit of kaolin bos been found the limestone Iroad near the Mermaid in Mill Creek hundred. A widow with an 8. year old boy housekeep • to do general houaowork. Can be Been at No. 606 King street. ...... „ . „ Taylor A Fullerton's Cough Rvrup of the beet syrups for coughs ai . U0a King streot. Duretoln Is manufacturing fine Ha vana filled hand-made cigars, at No. 5 East Second street. William M. Eagtbnrn raised the H.,frame of a new barn on his farm the Peach farm iHh ' ood s i t „ at ion i^ to «fiïïfnSSSÏÏiî! fi® n ®, 01 nie best °hls prepared, w*. Rodara Microbe Killer euros u Gr i ppe , Cata „ h ancl „1 1 other dis eases. Hold by John J. Wilhelm, lle mov0(1 , rom w . Beeond to S19 W. Second street I and Do you go to sleep sit down you j commence to read -k. making it unsafe for Bo assured your liver is torpid eased. For a nice certain cure VoBStablo Liver Pills, Fourth an< i Kimr atreAta. ftnU 1Un ® etie ota. / OU? dis Dr. FI)« Piles« Itching Piles Btmftoms—M oisture; intense itching stinging; most at night; worse by scratching. If allowed to continue tn which often bleed and uloer ïtclitng ,l,T V ,n 8topB the '"g; *, . . . SSl° fo/ÏÔ cents Di 1 Bwovne 1 ! ' * Di.Bwujuel 8p 1 1T al ** r ,y ^ ,ne ,nK ' Commencing Monday June lfith and continuing daily until June 20th iuclu i vw > the B. 4 0' K. R. Co., will run a special train to Brandywine Springs having Market street station at 7.15 P* ***• Returning will leave the Springs at 11 p. m. During tho week thore will be theatrical performances, music, etc.,which taken in con ®°"On with the many other attrac tions will afford a most delightful even • , bucfinilng S WAYNE'S aud blood by Philadelphia. I. Y » will like It. Try Bush's American Laundry, 602 West Front St. Try Bash's coal. Y Cupping und leeching, Brazil! ely likoit E. Second St will Ihiliu Flue 18k rings at llnnf's, 15 E. Fourth. Cupping and leec-hiiig. East Third btreot. ,« to Bàugh A Mears.^o. 203 West Second street, us they have a now lino or goods Just received. Tho largest stock in the . Cull l , mo Market street, and cheapest stock of 1 underwear, 11 city. Call am Mctxner, 103 h, white hosiery Dr. Simms' White Pulmonic fialiam No mH uicine like it. None can com [pare 5vith it for curing throat nnd lung diseases und the La (irippe. The sure consumption proventor. In fact, the |reu y romedy that cures, now rceorn mended by thousands. The genuine (egold in5üe. aud (il bottios only, by regular druggists and dealers. Depot, Fourül and King stroots. ^ . . . 1)C wi i iiroonThl , rHl i av ne sylvania iinilroad Troiu loavos P., W. it B. depot at T .leaves Washington at 7 p. 01,1 y Aö tho tickets B6uure thom ,u time - IT v ' _ ltrnp fft0l * ,, '® r8 ' lmve ro,novo 'i f,om No - 219 *»t Second sUoottoN'o. 4 EostSecond btreot - Everybody invited to give thom cul1. , "ctd "voViurlns heel shoe» m rents frotii 4 t." "'i! ÄlldreiCs i " for do centB. Misse«' nioe kid, 11 to 9 for cento. Just, like I paid |l.50for tho otliur ."re's women u ' nice lasting laco , jonte; Just think of It. Mon's mts, Harry, this is tho i Fannie got thë come here 'Aiesday sign. MONT chcap Shoe Itouee, 505 King tetuil Grocer«' As iation. The rsion of this association to . Returning, . Tickets limited, 8TOP! STOP! 's baby sh I.ook, llarry. nits for down tlie jeheipest «hoc house yet. „»iS* we oan 00,1 ouMKRY'S of'gBMi,,.,, iy> begin 8U» July, i8tfi. and |tember. Have proved deslgi it idertliu Clay • t. it j. : ï DK1VEÄSITY OF VIRGINIA. MKH LAW LECTURES (nine week Sep tu '? ,e> t j, e advantage w. tion. For circular. applyTp! O. University Va.. Ch.arlotteviHu, Va.,) to JOHN 1». "MlNOu, Pr signal in uh their Law School ; 2nd. propose to read privately; [ iructltiouers who bavo not I systematic mlO-e-o-dftw tflfiOR OF MEM Eaoily.Quiokly,Permanently Restored. WruUnci«. NorvoiioitM, Debility, an I . Full strength allureIrnpossibia. 2, Ion of the body. iâûâË . Y. at seer. . imi MEDICAL OQ., BUFFALO, ä WOLFF'S' ACME a . ar . M1 ||Nl.F A WrrK ! ül,wt " £ R, f I f shine four Shoes DO AS I DIC Other days shthem olenn with SPONGE AND WATER. EVERY Housewife EVERY Counting Roorn EVERY Carriage Owqer EVERY Thrifty Mechanic WER Y Body able to hold a brush T!ic SHOULD ÜSB runr. <* =i Vmrntti at tht tame time* 4t RANDOLPH. PhfladSlphts. MKOIOAL. Dr.ß.F.THEEb ROONorth Fourth OQÜ pt.^pelow Green. Phllad'a.aeknoHledeed by the press and publie tho lending and reli • able specialist in diseas —. of both sexes: Rkin D uiisti, Blood Pol , IN naMMATIOkS.Bl. ADDER, Kidneys, Heart. Hlsmethod theonly one know n th comblniug the Allopathie. Homocopa Eclectic systems or meohine, where all others fall. Nerven» Debility.ftt riet« Errors Of IMENTS to ■Oil, DlSQHA atcurenfy ithicA tiros. WAiTiNo Weakness, Youth, Lost Vigor, iMrni'i_ ....... rlsgo, want of developoaent, etc. His supe rior knowledge enubles him to ci.eck these disease* immediately, saving neatsuflcrln Bead 4c. stamps for book ' TRUTH ' swöm testimoniale Horns, dally from 9 8 P.M. Kveulnÿa from 6 to 9. Wed nesday and Saturday Evenings, fYom fi P. M. 8undny* till 12 noon. Don't be hum bugged by quacks their fraudulent guaran teos. free consultations nnd cheap polsonoiu drugs ; they are worthless A ruin thousanor ' A M. to To How is Your Liver ? your syMtem. Do you feel languid, yawney, generally Qutof better Remedy For Health tired, git choy You ï if bet R. by for Bugar coated, elegant in act Ion ; splen did for Headache. Neuralgia. Costlveness, Complaint, dies. No Appetite, *o. Never gripe sicken. 25c. Bold by Druggist ai countrv «tores. Dr. J. Simms & Son, SOLE PROPRIETORS, Fourth and King Streets, Wilmington, Del Aches and Pal as. Liver I id ut Belt'S Root Beer Extract. This extract makes a de licious, healthful, non-in toxicatlng Summer bever age. One bottle makes five gallons of ROOT BEER. Z. JAMES BELT, PHARMACIST, SIXTH AND MARKETSTREETS Drunkenness LIQUOR 1IAUIT. luall the wer tin ï tut. DR. HAINES GOLDEN SPECIFIC. given fctleut, speedy cure, a KAILS. Hoi —■— 'ny than ' • will a perm ansa he wreck **T NEvl»i : quietly anu wltli •nelii alee lu re he la ««arc,, hJs rem is «fleeted. 4S-page book „. KELT, DrurxDt, Hlxth and Marketat.. Wllmlniton, •1 ■ DEAFNESS, It ITS CAUSES AND CURE BDtlflcally treated by an au urad,^ ulty nuit ï remove la clrc L." r " t-* ß ople, mailed Dr. A. FONTAINE, 19 Eut l«tl> St. N. V iSS CONSUMPTIVE* Uie PARKER'S UUUltfR TONIC «•llclb«. compo 11 clae isil«.^ |1 m d Indigret HINDER 20RNS. Thf»«fr«t, #uie«ti>r d Vtitcure loan, eus. 8top« all (.»In. Eosu IHCOxVco.. N. V. stdruKXlaU. H OhklNtcA EntrlUli TUuxsond It rand. Pennyroyal pîlls ■ ,-^v Orljst^al^MidFmily iSonrettJK imêB:-, to «ay te! rrtnm m«îl Wtta Chichi da ÎWin-a j MU m h] These tiny Capsules are eu-j pert or to Balsam of , ('opalbo, Cubeba «ü'1 (jNIJl) Injections. They eure V_ y in 48 hours tho same diseases without any inconvenience. j 1 BOLD BY AUL DJiUüüDJTS. NOTICE. gPEClAL greatly p FRISTSi ALL MON, - MPORTANT: Stop WAYSIDE LUNCH PALACE iu Ht Mll.K. IIUTTURMII.K.SaNUWICMKS A.* all. Kin n». Hot So th« ;k. Chocolat i: Pit: stade floods. Night. All llot C. R. HOLT, Proprietor. 1 oi-cod-iy* No. 3 East Fourth St. j Ope & PnMPANY UUmrAPH,! R, R. ROBIN BANKERS AND BROKERS, Fourth Lui Market Ftook» bought ml«! sold Philadelphia mission. Letters of credltl gl f arts or the world, nml draft* on England, relaud. France, Germany and Switzerland theNew a ork.l rkets on com- 6 II . available 11 8 MARKS Of PROSPERTY. EAST I 10 |8 LAKE PARK,. ■ ! ving suburb,stu T!ic popular and of Wilmington. np GRADED STREETS. ELEt-rkic r.Aiis. ! BjiANDYWlNE WATER. » HIGH, DRV and HEALTHY. Every unsold lot ih this popular suburb; will positively be sold. I. 15 per foot. Lots 26x100 f tlily payments. 923 MARKET STREET. JOSEPH L. CARPENTER, QUEENSTOWN and LIVERPOOL 12 »» 9.10 American Line Fleet. 8 Loni> fioiroii LORD CLIVE, »tili TISM PKINCF Sailing from Philadelphia. Lord Gough, IO, 19.00 noon 17, 0. Indiana. Hrltish l'rlnce, .June 24, 11.80 a. duly 1. 7.00 u. .laly , July IS. 7.00 12 i.i i»ri u*-" 1 * 1 * 1 rl Cabln passage, Î50 and upwards; Inter-! 1 mediate, 330; steei|age, $19. Cash drafts 16 Bued payable 4 Kbguuid HEALD & CO. Ï 10 AO ENTA Seventh and Market Streets. The Thatcher Estate To be Sold in Building Lots, very low and on easy terms. I * p. It lies along the Brandy wino between Market street and Eleventh street. Bet- '2 it In a business part of tho city street car railroads, the a. bet woe i electric line and R. railroad, road cars. Tho P..W. 43 also the Brundyw h It. lor : C thro Vandevcr ave.Ji streot running through paced, curbed, and lighted all kinds the centre by electricity. Uiisti rounds th060 lots] many having for that purpose. Theso aro the the city. Now sold cheapest building make ba the 'Ï Apply to li. TOWNSEND A Co. Cor.. 7tu and SHIPLEY. m2tf SOMETHING NEW. Walter's New Process Gra ham Flour, it cures dys pepsia-j Recomeud ed by leading Physicians. Put up In 2, ft ami 10 lb. paokages, or In bar- ' rel lots. Ask youil Crooers for it. DISCOUNT TO DEALERS. Mill Creek Mill«. WALTER \k% NIVIN Telephone 663. nj9-3in •7 •11 0 7 4 11 A n n II F" 1# *7 M fl n UN r I. r ITimiVllla I I 7 C. I NO, 509 SHIPLEY ST, Wilmington, Delaware. *7 •j ô JiTL'lit'.Yo'rt s constantly o liar d : •romptly Donfl. LBN YSL'S FAMOUS Bavarian Lager Beer, I . ....'... I..«-. ?... "i 1 TK ' Allan loons m tan j •id coil Tlie B: Betaste n equal of It ia ))U d sk tftP •7 9 4. liKNGJüli, and DuPont Sts. JOHN Fifth Telephore No • 573, •9 Pratt's Killer •! poison, Explode. nothing buti us». Large Hot ties, 25c. John! w -ï Stackhouse S- Co. Wholesale Agents. B82 Arch stroet. adelpbla. Pa. Sold by all druggist*. m«-tf For Ited Bu Will I ni the 1 7 J. W. BROWN, Plasterer and Contractor. Residence, s|23 Maryland Avenue, Wiiinlngtoii. Jobbing Prcjmptly Eetim|atcs Fu m-4-26t Delaware Attended To. * 5 ished. PAINTING. House Paint ng in all its branches. Pure Materials. Lowest Prices. Clazinga Specialty. CEORC£ P. LUCKMAN, Shipley Street, , • — 1 Wiiiniugton. Del.! A TTENTION - persons DESIRING tA®ir p 'îmÂ» , r!utiôn* *of ,n nriv a SreruFl^S.m,Sündïü Sub pure criai h. should g'» tothe drugstore lvu ix .?ü u « reti No ' 07 Markoi Wilmingt on. U'L - ITJIABY PAYMENTS-ANY MECHANIC |ijj having »A3 in cash cun buy himself i'acomfortable I tt le borne, lot 18x75, house »5x30, contalnlt g 4 rooms and a shed kit chen, near the electric cars. 1 have tl that 1 Will sell on the eaiscst Vernon, this No. 823 Jackbon st. wlshînglPbilauolj* receipts or il. r, street, at ET v' e ,,f . Sr ieve hing office. B. B. GROVES, REAL ESTATE AGENT AND CON-i VKYANCEU, Kail Eighth Sir WM. C. GUTHRIE, , CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, . SI. Mrld,» 1 j ll* ul J lit., over 1 tes cheerfully furnished. Estimai ail ly Work Guarantee. Wuladdptt* Wilmington I Baltimore R. R, May 24, lstfl. Trains will lew«« Wilmington as riiiladelplitn(express), 1 53. 2 W. 7 H ä 50, u uo, 6 47, It) 07, JOS«,' 51a. in.. •!* 10, 13 00, 1 SÖ3 Of, ft I 7 0« ami 9 13 ». m, ion. a &>, 6 j.% 7 oa. . -i ii, 3 45, 4 36, 6 2* , !>•»*>• ■ or Ci 50, £1 lution* tt-*36, 0 6.1, 7 03, 4 1 l^iu: u, dd, i 23, a 40, 4 », Ne 8rt, 4 30, G (JO, « I ftl a. in., *151 IU, 13 1», ft 17, ft w, *u 41, «; «7, 10 40, 04, 3 43, ft wittiout clt iuge, &5Sn. Che* tor, For W " .km, •I ■Ft in k (Centro) und lute ». in., 12 54 and 1 ml intci nn««!late «1. '2 47, 4 43 and tt « 30 in W »'«he. üïumlïreillf. wï.niïîtî.. 23 ?'^ * 11. lu 15 ».>,1 11 M m., ij ,»i>, "j J.rL'iu. 3, ' oo: '' 7 8 >'■ n '-* ■ Delaware Division leave» 8 13, 1113 a. m., 1 7 00, 9 60 p. m.. and 11 Trains fc New (Ja 4 5U. ■ Georgetown, e a- n-., S 50 p. m. amt way statt Dover, Harrington u>., 8 50 p. in., und X ! I Jr.!^'"* "i| «8 a. City, 8 15 m loa. Old P« a. nu, a aud Norfolk, 11 01 nigh Leave Philadelphia, Broad street, tlnilugtc-ii (express),3 50. 7 20, 7 27. i IO30. 1023, II 13 a.m.,*i2«W 1 30,2 0 07, 01V 740, 1! 4 01, 4 41. A . 6 03 night. iiudatlon, 6 ift, 7 4U, 10 28. 11 1 82, 2 28. 3 10, 4 (», 4 48, 0 22, 833, 40 un (111 38 p. Aoeo SUNDAY TRAINS. For Philadelphia (express), 180. S 10. 8 50. 000. 11 ' a. in., 1 89, 304, . 7 OH. 7 30 a intoiiHtlon, I 9 : < s 03, a. 1 io 30 p. III. 0*P), I 55, 8 51, V .7 30 and» U p. N 00, 8 05, a. Ut* IS 10, 1 45. 4 10, 6 20», For CheHter (uxnr a. 111., 6 17. 7 iodation, 7 . ft strand 10 For New York (exprès»), 155, ,7 0.1,8 50,11 61 h. in.. 12 10, 18* 10. 6 17, 5 (Vi, •« *1, 700 and 10 30 p. Ronton without change, 5.50 p. in. Chester, via Luinokin, 8 •> For W .. and 5.21» p. in. C6ntg For New Castle, 9 For Cape Cliarles, Norfolk, 12 01 night. For Middlotowu, Clayton, Dovnr, W oming, Folton, liiiri ington, lli idgevtll Scaford, Laurel and Dtdmur, 12 01 n UuUlnioro nnd Washington, 4 4«, 15 a. ill., 12 00, 5 23, •(! Off, 7 40, 8 2U |l. Ofc d 12 49 night. Raltiinore only, • 08 (ft 50 p. Point C 1 , ,, in., nnd 12 03 night. Aecommodiitioii. 8 3ft, 05. 8 10, h 88,10 at nnd For furth refened t<> the ticket ö and 12 13 night. Leavo Philadelphia, Broad streot, I Wilmington (express). 3 W. 7 20. tf 10.tl m., 4 41,5 08.« 57. 7 40, 8 35, li UÂ 11 !• 10 28 a. 11 38 p. arked tlius(*)nve Limited Ircly or Pullman 1 J. R. WOOD, Gen'l Puss' g press,composed o and Dining U* A3. K. PUGH, uenerul Munager. BALTIM0B1 & OHIO I RAILROAD. ifi Schedule In ofToot May 10,1801. TRAINS LEAVE DEI EAST ROUND. E. DE •Express New York, doily «Sue. »7 10, *7 IS. •»•, in;«12 21 *i 45.*518, *7 41 »II fci.p. iu. Boston, -5 88 p. in., dally, with PullM Buffet Sleeping Cars, running thvoagh Boston without change via PonghVte Bridge, landing passengers in U. 4k flU station at Boston. m Philadelphia, week days, *3 08, S »0;« 4A 10. *7 43, / 50, *8 40, 9 00, tl 50, ]tf «0. 53 a. III., I 00, *2 45, 8a>. 4 IU, 6 00, *8 45, «7 41, 7 55, IU 00, *11 U5 p. m. plila, Sundays, *3 »H, fl 45, «7 50, 903. MO 3H. il4Ua. ni , 1 00. *4 *A S 10. 5 05,*5 38, Ü 45,*7 41, 7 M. 10 WV *11 SB», ek day«, *3 (»8. 9 00, (1 43. •/ 48, 7 60. «9 40. 900. «9 50. 1000, M0 3d. Ml s,,' 5M ' * Chester. Sundays. *3 08 . «45. -7 10, 7 jn > ... , 4S.SOft.4 10.» Ph 0 45. *7 41, 7 ft-. ... Atlantic City, woek Io mi 6i a. ■ a -, . Sunduy, »710 WF.ST BOUND. Wan .. *12 10, Baltimore a hlmrton. M m, 7 •2 05. 2 55, *5 Wi, *G 55 p. III. dully. Baltimore and way stations, 7 principal .talk,,,, - , 2 55, *ô 00,' *021,*7 85,' , 7 55. 11 lu p. 3 dally. Pittsburg, *4 .. *5 00 p. ni. dally, »., *5 OS p. m. daily. .J| Louis, s ,„ g0 „ l^nrtenl.'eiS' "iicJmmoaatlon, idiiyH, 7 02, 11 00 ft. in., 2 55 und 4 55 iSundays, 9 3« u. m. 2 55 and 5 Off p. m. TRAINS LEAVE MARKET STRLBl STATION. utl p- m *7 55 p. in. both dully. odutton, 7 02 a.m., 2 XL we«* 1>- Mi For Philadelphia, woek dnv*. 5 35, f 25, *8 15, •!• a.i, Ml.H5n.ni.. 45 p. ni. Sundays, 0 ; a II .. M tore,week days.5 85, A 50, «8 |A 111., 2 43, «3 uu p. iu. Slim lays. 9 45 p# in. •5 25 il. Baltin Philadelphia Division, 9 83 a. in. d;itlf # P ni. irincipnl suit ions e and .lindentiers and F week days, fl 50 1 Sundays, 9 25«. n Chicago, *6 13 a PitUburg.BVO t>. in. da'Iy. Cincinnati ana St. Lm.is, *1135 a. ut, except Sunday. PHILADELPHIA FOR MING TO V 45. ft . dailv. V V IL# 15. 8«,;»« Daily, *4»o, , *11 :ift 50,3 00, *4 15. *4 5 20, 8 10,10 , 113u p. m. lay, *4 2», 6 Ut, *S 13. 8 3 ». *9 33. *J0 0A 1135a. III.. 12 00 uo.111,1 5". 300, *431. 4 86] , 0 39, *7 2» .8 10, 10 10, 11 30 p. IU. No. 193. BU Tel« 1C •e points lower that! C O. SCULL. Gen'l Pass. Agent « I j Modell, Geuetal Manager. WILMINGTON STEAMBOAT GO. cncing Saturday. June 13. ^jJtcTty'o'/cHEsW^Jgg B RANOYWIN E ips daily Chester an# Making Leave Fourth Street Whaif at 7 a. in. and 1 . 4.15 and 6.4ft p. in. Philadelphia. Chestnut St. WharC . in. and 10.00 a. ru., and 1.94, d i<f» 7.30 All boat« stop at Chester. Single ttefc* Philadelphia, 30 cent«; cents. Single ticket ; excursion, 145 cents. ' package« received and caved by agents without charge. B-iarTclepboue No. 87. ckets Pi M ma-U Birmingham Park -ON l.o to BOWHltl BRICCS, C. P. A., W. * N. R. W.